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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO .
Walter Brady, 35, druggist, 5806
Glenwood av.t took potassium in
room at Hotel Plymouth, 4700 Broad
way. Dead. Jealousy.
Crossed wires Caused fire at Omaha
Packing Co., 2312 S. Halsted st. Loss
Police investigating story of girl
found near Maxwell st. station. Un
der influence of drugs. Told of meet
Man called at Jackson Park
garage, 6416 Stoney Island av. Asked
for Barratt O'Hara's auto. Drove
out Not seen since.
Wm. Atkinson, 42, beggar, arrested
atC. & N. W. depot, fined $10 and
costs.TTeed bandages to fake am
Four deputy sheriffs visited scene
of riot in Burnham where two South
Chicago policemen were shot. All
C. L. Norton, president of defunct
Hyde Park Bank, In bankruptcy
George Fowlds, New Zealand min
ister of education, speaks before the
City Club Aug. 18.
Ernest Amberg, 24, 7345 Kimbark
av., sentenced to bed at 9 o'clock for
six months. Pinched for disorderly
Warrants out for Ceorge Stam
tadis and Angelos Geovis, owners of
Greek-American bank. Took depos
its while insolvent.
H. W. Wales, Milwaukee, fell into
river while trying jump from dock to
steamship Iowa. Rescued by dock
Expect to raise ship Helena of
Armour Grain Co., sunk in river.
Took several hundred tons of grain
out of water.
" Jas. Colley, ass't sup't of schools,
appointed sup't of employment, Dep't
of Public Welfare. Temporary until
Garfield Pascoe, 4642 Calumet av.,
arrested in Detfolt Escaped from
Bureau of Identification Aug. 5.
Thos. Hazlewood, 20, 633 W. 65th
st, attempted suicide. Poison. Fifth
time since marriage.
Mrs. Joseph E. Ryan, wife of judge,
got call over phone that husband was
Chief Gleason's fund for widow of
Policeman Rowe, killed by "L" ban
dits, amounts to $1,400.
Woodlawn Business Men's Ass'n to
hold fete. Plans laid for gala week
Minnie Weeghman, 17, 1232 S.
Lawndale av., attempted suicide in
Douglas Park. Quarreled with father.
Philip Rink, 62, 1641 Wrightwood
av., dead in bed. Gas.
Coroner's jury said that Mrs. Elsie
Neilsen was killed by her husjband.
Jealousy. Neilsen Buicided by rope.
Sam Bernaciak, III. Steel Co. la
borer, struck by lightning while car
rying steel beam. Killed.
Fire, caused by storm, destroyed
barn and grain buildings on farm of
Herman Jeschke of Proviso township.
Pier at Conference Point, Lake
Geneva, collapsed. 75 thrown into
shallow water. None hurt.
Lightning hit tower of Harper
Library at U. of C. Hurled stone or
nament to ground. Five girls had
Judge Gemmill said police are too
willing to make arrests without
LaSalle St Bank stockholders plan
to reopen bank. State Bank of Calu
met, Lorimer institution, reopens
Gregory Galloway, 3035 W. Jack
son blvd., held for burglary on com
plaint of Harry Newberger, 2736 Ful
ton st House cleaned.
Habeas corpus used by Hyman
Geller to take Wm. Levy, 9, from
relative, Celia Levy. Geller is guar-.
Jas. Hobbs, retired capitalist, dead.
Ladimer Moudry, att'y, 109 N.
Dearborn st, pinched on complaint of